Amit Shah is coming on a two-day Bengal tour, not J.P.Nadda - Newztezz Online


Saturday, October 31, 2020

Amit Shah is coming on a two-day Bengal tour, not J.P.Nadda

 BJP national president JP Nadda's visit to Bengal has been canceled. In his place, Central Home Amit Shah is coming on a two-day tour of Bengal. According to the information received, Amit Shah is coming to Bengal on 5 November.

State BJP general secretary Shayantan Basu said that BJP National President JP Nadda's scheduled visit from November 6 has been canceled. Basu said on Friday night that JP Nadda's visit has been canceled for the time being. It has been decided that Amit Shah will visit West Bengal from November 5 on a two-day visit. During this time, Amit Shah will take stock of the party's organizational affairs.

On November 5, Amit Shah will meet with the leaders of both Mednipur, Howrah and Hooghly, met with state BJP sources. After this, they will meet in Bardman on 6 November. On this day the two will hold a meeting with the leaders of Bardhaman, Bankura, Purulia, Jhargram and Birbhum. A meeting is also being planned in Kolkata during these days.

BJP national general secretary and Bengal in-charge Kailash Vijayvargiya said Amit Shah will look into several aspects of the party and discuss the party's strategy for the upcoming assembly elections. He is also likely to address a press conference in Kolkata.

He will also discuss booth level leaders with senior party leaders. During the two-day visit, Amit Shah will interact with senior party leaders like BJP general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya, vice president Mukul Roy and party state president Dilip Ghosh along with booth and district level leaders. This will be his first visit to the state after the lockdown caused by the Corona epidemic. Shah had earlier visited West Bengal on March 1.

It is noteworthy that before the Durgapuja, BJP National President JP Nadda visited Bengal. He visited North Bengal. Nadda, who arrived in Siliguri, attended the BJP's social group meeting. During this, he targeted fiercely at Mamta's government. BJP president JP Nadda had said that it is sad that Mamta ji's government did not allow the Kisan Samman Nidhi to be implemented in Bengal. 76 lakh farmers of Bengal have been denied this.

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